Prime Minister Trudeau and Andrew Scheer spar in first question period after election

 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer had a fiery debate over the economy and pipelines in the first question period after the election.

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33 Comments on "Prime Minister Trudeau and Andrew Scheer spar in first question period after election"

  1. when is he going to stop talking about previous governments!!!

    • Revolutionary Communist | December 6, 2019 at 1:01 PM | Reply

      Ideally, when the negative impact of the Harper administration wears off

    • The decade of Harper certainly has not worn off for me. So, Mr. Cool Socks over here, is not nearly as bad as a Harper, or a Scheer. It’s that famous choice, between: bad and worse (Trudeau and Scheer).

    • He can’t talk about his record because they didn’t do anything with the majority. Legal weed,but even that’s a mess

    • @Paul, yup way too expensive and it is garbage. So what did Trudeau do???? Oh yea Destroy Canada!

  2. elusive wild dingo | December 6, 2019 at 11:52 AM | Reply

    they are both con artists, a two year old knows that the economy suffers because of endless government taxes, no one will invest in Canada to give their profits to the government. 4 more years of the same buffoonery and bs.

  3. Once again thanks Ontario, Quebec and Maritimes. More lip service to the west and pander to Ontario and Quebec.

  4. pamela kingwell | December 6, 2019 at 1:14 PM | Reply

    Trudeau, shut-up and GET OUT!

  5. 71,000 Nov job losses. Shovels in the ground? Wow, that only took 2 years. Cut a few bills that delay … Bill C69 & C48? Our energy sector is clean & regulated.

  6. I think the first thing should be to rename the throne.

  7. Same same . Resign Trudeau

  8. We are supposed to listen to a leader who couldn’t beat an election against a drama teacher who did blackface! That loser scheer needs to step down!

  9. Here we go again! Useless question periods with just talking points. Time for a real change, Wexit!!

  10. Donald H. Smith | December 6, 2019 at 4:26 PM | Reply

    Well pretending to include the west which they, the Liberals call, working together, we’re all one big happy family. So long as the west keeps paying and shut up.

  11. Christopher Wojciechowski | December 6, 2019 at 4:29 PM | Reply

    Difficult times because of Justin Trudeau. Noone else. All because of his spending policies.

  12. Youllnever knowmeto | December 6, 2019 at 5:05 PM | Reply

    won’t support our oil industry but supports a $40 billion investment into Chinese LNG.

    HYPOCRITE

  13. Let’s cut to the chase and have TRUDEAU REMOVED.

  14. I am so happy to see Geoff is no longer the speaker

  15. Derek Stonehouse | December 6, 2019 at 7:25 PM | Reply

    Am I missing something here?? Doesn’t bill 48 prohibit tankers? Why build a pipeline when you can’t get tankers in to load?

  16. Dominic D'Urzo | December 6, 2019 at 7:42 PM | Reply

    more of the same…

  17. What highschool is this? or elementary not sure what one..

  18. whiterthan hitler | December 6, 2019 at 7:58 PM | Reply

    So, Trudeau puts the pipeline into action. Doesn’t that go against his entire fan base? I was really ashamed of Canada after seeing the election results.

  19. Same answers diff year

  20. aint going to happen with this UCP leader with his cute smiley face as he pretends to be madd. get lost the 2 of you

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